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Improving the Future

When John McClung and his wife, Paula, first visited Ithaca College with their daughter, Alison, they thought it would be a fine place for her. “We came away feeling very good about the school,” John said, “but we never told Alison that.” Instead, they let her decide. Ithaca became Alison’s No. 1...

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When Leah Golberstein’s son, Rafi (short for Raphael), was a student at Ithaca College, her visits to campus always seemed to include spending time with his professors. As Leah, a former faculty member at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, soon discovered, when Rafi’s teachers learned that one of his parents would be on campus, they made...

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"We want to do more."

It was an inauspicious first date on the day of David Lebow’s graduation from Ithaca College. Betsey Ladd, a casual friend, agreed to meet him downtown after Commencement. Expectations weren’t high: David’s 16-year-old cousin tagged along.

“I thought it was going to...

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This spring, at least 168 media outlets nationwide picked up an Associated Press story, "Study Finds Kids Gain Weight Over Summer," that cited the expertise of Betsy Keller, professor of exercise and sport sciences in the School of HSHP.

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Passing the Baton

Craig Evans ’84 is the associate vice president for institutional advancement at IC. Those who work with him know how dedicated he is to the College, but even so his colleagues were surprised when he donated $10,000 of his own money to the Faculty/Staff Endowed Scholarship.

When asked...

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